Thursday, March 25, 2021

Event Update For 2021-03-24


The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2021-03-24 - Unknown odor hits school campus in Fairfield (Texas):

Quote: "Hazmat crews went to Fairfield Elementary School this morning to investigate a strange odor that has invaded several parts of the campus. The school district stated in a Facebook post that students have been moved to the gymnasium, cafeteria, and playground areas. They expected to stay there the rest of the day."

2021-03-24 - RV bursts into flame and kills man in Schuylkill Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: This is the 91st RV to burn in 2021, and this is the 6th deadly RV fire in 2021...

2021-03-24 - Small plane bursts into flame at airport in Burlington (Vermont):

Quote: "The 158th Fire Department responded to a civilian aircraft fire on a runway of Burlington International Airport on the evening of Wednesday, March 24. The response crews arrived on the scene within one minute of dispatch and confirmed that a civilian aircraft, a Piper Cherokee, was on fire on its right side and the flames were spreading to the wing. Response crews extinguished the fire within three minutes of arrival."

Note: This is the 11th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2021...

2021-03-24 - Cars and garage destroyed by fire near Amherst (Canada), near the coast, nobody there:

Quote: "A fire near Amherst, N.S., has destroyed a large garage that housed multiple vehicles, including some antique cars."

2021-03-24 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame at 2:15 AM in Raleigh (North Carolina):

2021-03-24 - Landfill fire breaks out in Weyburn (Canada):

2021-03-24 - Wildfires could become a big threat in the UK due to climate change:

2021-03-24 - Humongous ship four times the size of the Titanic gets stuck in the Suez Canal and blocks huge amount of the planet's ship traffic:

Quote: "Famed London-based shipping journal Lloyd's List estimates each day the Suez Canal is closed disrupts over $9 billion US worth of goods that should be passing through the waterway."

2021-03-24 - Plumbing and heating business destroyed by explosion and fire on Sugarwood Hill Road in Rutland (Vermont):

2021-03-24 - Cargo ship 'BBC Rhonetal' bursts into flame at 3:12 AM while docked at the iron ore port in coastal Port Hedland (Australia):

Quote: "A Pilbara Ports Authority spokesperson has confirmed the vessel was at berth two at the Port of Port Hedland when a fire started on board at around 3.12am."

2021-03-24 - Boat, two RVs, 20 storage units and bait shop destroyed by fire at 2:42 AM in Burson (California):

Quote: "The fire destroyed a bait shop, 20 storage units, and several trailers and vehicles, along with significant heat damage to a couple of motorhomes and a boat..."

Note: These are the 174th and 175th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021, and these are the 92nd and 93rd RVs to burn in 2021...

2021-03-24 - Train car explodes in Cannon Falls (Minnesota):

2021-03-24 - Two double-decker buses go up in flames while parked at facility in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

Quote: "Operations Control mobilised two appliances to the scene where two double decker buses were alight."

2021-03-24 - Seven buses go up in flames at bus stand in Damoh (India):

Note: These are the 141st, 142nd, 143rd, 144th, 145th, 146th, 147th, 148th and 149th buses to burn in 2021...

2021-03-24 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on the Florida Turnpike in coastal St. Lucie County (Florida):

Note: This is the 837th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-03-24 - Van bursts into flame on street in Jharsuguda (India):

2021-03-24 - Van bursts into flame at 6:24 AM on the A5 near Shrewsbury (Britain):

2021-03-24 - SUV bursts into flame outside hotel near I-25 and Lake Avenue in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2021-03-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in the wee hours on North Avenue in Grand Junction (Colorado):

2021-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-55 bridge over the Mississippi River in Memphis (Tennessee):

2021-03-24 - Car bursts into flame in Quinte West (Canada):

2021-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Chelford Road in Henbury (Britain):

2021-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Bostock Street in Warrington (Britain):

2021-03-24 - Vehicles and home destroyed by fire at 1 AM on Summer Drive in Monaghan Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Photos show that the fire severely damaged the structure and caused damage to several cars as well."

2021-03-24 - Incense stick factory heavily damaged by massive fire in coastal Gujarat (India):

2021-03-24 - Home damaged by fire just before 4 AM on Ginger Drive in North Codorus Township (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2021-03-24 - Home damaged by fire on North Locust Street in Hazleton (Pennsylvania):

2021-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours on Greenwich Lane in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2021-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire on La Tuna Canyon Road in Shadow Hills (California):

2021-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire just before 12:30 AM on North Rolling Road in Springfield (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2021-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire shortly after 11 PM on Belcher Hollow Road in Honaker (Virginia):

2021-03-24 - Two homes go up in flames on Pine Street in coastal Oakland (California):

2021-03-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours on Dunwoody Place in Sandy Springs (Georgia):

2021-03-24 - Deadly fire burns mobile home at 11:30 PM on Lindale-Mt Holly Rd #10 in Amelia (Ohio), 1 killed:

2021-03-24 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home on South Luther Road in Meridian (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2021-03-24 - Vacant home destroyed by fire near West Evergreen Avenue and Market Street in Youngstown (Ohio):

2021-03-24 - Vacant mill and casket company destroyed by fire at 6:43 AM on North River Street along the Connecticut River in Enfield (Connecticut):

2021-03-24 - Vacant shopping center burns on Mountrath Road in Portlaoise (Ireland):

2021-03-24 - Hundreds of jellyfish wash ashore dead at beach in coastal Gadani (Pakistan):

Quote: "Hundreds of jellyfish washed ashore dead at the Gadani beach on Wednesday, with locals clueless about the cause of their deaths. Pictures and videos of the fish laying sprawled on the beach went viral on social media. Locals could not ascertain the cause of the jellyfish dying."

2021-03-24 - Man, early 60s, found dead in Lake Texoma near dock in Denison (Texas):

2021-03-24 - Man, 64, has 'medical event' and drops dead before 4 AM inside post office in West Union (South Carolina):

Quote: "Addis said Griffin's death appears to have been the result of a medical event and he sustained facial trauma when he collapsed."

2021-03-24 - Woman in her 50s or 60s drops dead at park in coastal Gloucester (Massachusetts):

2021-03-24 - Person drops dead in vacant home on East 9th Street in Davenport (Iowa), 3,000 feet from the Mississippi River:

2021-03-24 - Woman, 45, found dead near Shuping Mill Road in Rowan County (North Carolina):

2021-03-24 - Man, 67, falls into watery ditch and dies near Colchester (New York):

2021-03-24 - Person found dead in the St. Francis River in Monette (Arkansas):

2021-03-24 - Man found dead at bus stop in Aurora (Colorado):

2021-03-24 - Man, around 65, found dead in the water at beach in coastal Whangarei Heads (New Zealand):

2021-03-24 - Man, 56, has 'medical episode', van crashes into highway barrier, near Sudbury (Britain):

Quote: "A van driver has crashed into the central reservation on the A50 after suffering a 'medical episode' at the wheel."

2021-03-24 - US Navy T-45C Goshawk training jet crashes and burns in Orange Grove (Texas), 2 injured:

2021-03-24 - Bolivian Air Force jet crashes into house in Sacaba (Bolivia), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2021-03-24 - Small plane crashes near Lordsburg (New Mexico), 3 injured:

2021-03-24 - Tractor trailer crashes just after 3 AM, bursts into flame, on I-85 near the South Fork Catawba River in McAdenville (North Carolina):

Quote: "A semi-truck caught fire in a crash along I-85 northbound near the South Fork Catawba River Wednesday morning, causing a 3-mile backup. The crash happened just after 3 a.m. along I-85 northbound near Exit 23 in McAdenville."

2021-03-24 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into woods, near ferry on Lake Champlain in Cumberland Head (New York):

2021-03-24 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on I-95 in Florence County (South Carolina):

2021-03-24 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, in Iberville Parish (Louisiana), 2 killed:

2021-03-24 - Two cars collide head-on at 3 AM near Granger (Washington), 4 killed:

2021-03-24 - Water main breaks, massive sinkhole opens, streets flood, in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2021-03-24 - Man goes into cardiac arrest in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

Quote: "An air ambulance was called after a man suffered a cardiac arrest in Weymouth today."

2021-03-24 - High level of volcanic gases measured close to the eruption site at Fagradalsfjall (Iceland):

2021-03-24 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides affect more than 3,000 homes in Peru:


  1. Fatal Friday Jonny, all.

    Jeez, PA is burnin' up!

    Today we're supposed to reach the mid-70s with sustained 20-30 mph winds and gusts to 50 mph.

    Extensive damage after deadly tornadoes rip through Alabama, U.S.

    At least 23 tornadoes touched down in Alabama and Georgia on March 25, 2021, leaving extensive damage, at least 5 people dead outside of Birmingham, Alabama, and multiple injuries. This is the second tornado outbreak in the region since March 17. [more; video]

    Taiwan cuts water supply amid worst drought in 50 years

    Taiwan has further reduced its water supplies as the country faces its worst drought in 50 years. The government has issued its first red alert on water supply in six years on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, warning that reservoirs in the central region are dropping at dangerously low levels. [more; video]

    Mount Etna's sixteenth eruption in five weeks

    The latest explosion, which occurred overnight between 23 and 24 March, lasted twice as long as usual and happened on the back of a brief four-day hiatus. [more; video]

    Thousands of homes damaged by floods in Bandung, Indonesia

    According to disaster authorities, as of 26 March more than 10,000 homes have been damaged, along with schools, public buildings and roads. A total of 60,539 people have been affected by the floods, with 39 people reported displaced. [more; video]

    Shallow 5.4 magnitude earthquake in China's Xinjiang kills 3

    Seismologists recorded 10 repeated aftershocks [more; 2 videos]

    [2nd part below]

  2. The Emerging Totalitarian Dystopia: Interview With Professor Mattias Desmet

    Are current politicians basing the corona measures on incorrectly established scientific principals?

    MD: I think so. Here, too, we see a kind of naive belief in objectivity that turns into its opposite: a serious lack of objectivity with masses of errors and carelessness. Moreover, there is a sinister connection between the emergence of this kind of absolutist science and the process of manipulation and totalitarianisation of society. In her book The Origins of Totalitarianism, the German-American political thinker Hannah Arendt brilliantly describes how this process took place in Nazi Germany, among other places. For example, nascent totalitarian regimes typically fall back on a 'scientific' discourse. They show a great preference for figures and statistics, which quickly degenerate into pure propaganda, characterised by a radical "disregard for the facts". For example, Nazism based its ideology on the superiority of the Aryan race. A whole series of so-called scientific data substantiated their theory. Today we know that this theory had no scientific validity, but scientists at the time used the media to defend the regime's positions. Hannah Arendt describes how these scientists proclaimed questionable scientific credentials, and she uses the word "charlatans" to emphasize this. She also describes how the emergence of this kind of science and its industrial applications was accompanied by an inevitable social change.

    The scientists who bring the story to the population are rewarded with tremendous social power in return. Their psychological power is so great that, at their suggestion, the whole of society abruptly renounces a host of social customs and reorganises itself in ways that no one at the beginning of 2020 thought possible.

    What do you think will happen now?

    MD: The current corona policy temporarily restores some social solidarity and meaning to society. Working together against the virus creates a kind of intoxication, resulting in an enormous narrowing of attention, so that other matters, such as the concern for collateral damage, vanish into the background. However, the United Nations and several scientists warned from the outset that the global collateral damage could generate far more deaths than the virus, for instance from hunger and delayed treatment.

    Social conditioning of the masses has another curious effect: it causes individuals to psychologically put aside selfish and individual motives. In this way, one can tolerate a Government that takes away some personal pleasures. To give just one example: catering establishments where people worked their entire lives can be closed without much protest. Or also: the population is deprived of performances, festivals and other cultural pleasures. Totalitarian leaders intuitively understand that tormenting the population in a perverse way reinforces the social conditioning even more. [more]

    The 2021 Worldwide Corona Crisis - Prof. Michel Chossudovsky [29.5 min. video of his new book]

    [dog news]
    Video captures moment hero dog stopped traffic during owner's seizure

    A dog named Clover is being hailed by Canadian media as a hero for helping her human, Haley Moore, survive a seizure that struck her suddenly during a walk.

    Moore was strolling through the Stittsville neighborhood of Ottawa on Tuesday when she seized and fell to the curb, CTV News reported.

    Clover, a year-and-a-half-old Maremma mix, sprung into action, attending first to Moore before bounding into the street and stopping traffic.

    The cause of seizure remains unknown. [more; link to ~ 2 min. video]

  3. Human "No-Go Zones"-Scientists Rebel-Who Doesn't Work For The CIA? [~ 70 min. BBN]

    Fire breaks out at Indian Covid hospital, killing at least 10 (VIDEOS)

    70 patients have been evacuated and 10 fatalities reported after a fire broke out at a private Indian medical facility that’s been treating Covid patients. It's the country’s second hospital fire in recent months.

    The blaze, which began on Thursday night on the ground floor of a shopping mall in Mumbai, spread up through the building to the level where the Sunrise Hospital is located, resulting in the evacuation and the reported deaths. [more]

    Parler says it referred FBI to violent content more than 50 times BEFORE riot, including on ‘specific threats’ to the Capitol

    The conservative-friendly social media network Parler said it directed the FBI to dozens of posts encouraging violence in the weeks before the January 6 Capitol riot, also arguing other sites permitted “far more” violent content.

    The company forwarded posts to the FBI on more than 50 occasions prior to the unrest in Washington, DC, it said in a letter addressed to the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Thursday, rejecting allegations that the site acted as a “far-right instigator” ahead of the riot. [more; they knew and planned it this way - Fucking Busybody Idiots - and Parler is just lumped in with the scapegoats]

    A Biden Administration Strategy: Send In the Scientists

    [Gavin Schmidt] is one of the most prominent scientists warning the world about the risks of a warming world. Recently he was named to a newly created position as senior climate adviser to NASA, a job that comes with the challenge of bringing NASA’s climate science to the public and helping figure out how to apply it to saving the planet.

    Schmidt, who since 2014 had headed NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, will be working with an administration that is making the fight against climate change one of its priorities. The Biden team is adding positions throughout the government for policymakers and experts like Schmidt who understand the threats facing our planet. [more; this, we'll see, will add up to all talk, no action]

    [2nd sheet awaits]

  4. Three Russian submarines surface and break Arctic ice during drills

    Three Russian nuclear ballistic missile submarines have surfaced simultaneously breaking the Arctic ice during drills, reported the commander-in-chief of the Russian fleet at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin via videolink on Friday.

    The commander, Nikolai Yevmenov, said the sophisticated manoeuvre was carried out by submarines "for the first time in the history of the Russian Navy". The submarines surfaced within a 300 meters radius and the ice they broke was 1.5 meter deep, the admiral added.

    The Kremlin has pushed to beef up defen[s]es in the Arctic [more; let's see how they beef up their defenses against methane release]

    [this may be an upcoming phenomenon]
    Body of Washington teen found on recycling conveyor belt in Texas, sheriff say

    An 18-year-old was found dead on a conveyor belt at a recycling center in Texas, officials said.

    Workers at the recycling center found the body of Silas Octavia Strimple on Wednesday morning and alerted police, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office said.

    There are no signs of foul play, the sheriff’s office said Thursday. “But due to the nature of where the body was discovered, the death is considered suspicious.”

    Strimple is the third person found dead at a recycling center in the Austin area in the last year, the Austin American-Statesman reported. A 62-year-old man was found dead in December, and the body of a 31-year-old man was found last March. [more; JJFH event?]

    [remember how Puerto Rico was damaged by hurricane "recently"?]
    Report: Military cleanup in Puerto Rico islands slow-going

    The reopening of hiking trails and various white-sand beaches on two tiny Puerto Rican islands long used as Navy bombing ranges and now popular with tourists will be delayed more than a decade, according to a federal report released Friday.

    Cleanup efforts in Vieques and Culebra led respectively by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will continue through 2032 at an additional cost of $420 million for a total of $800 million, stated the U.S. Government Accountability Office. [more; heh, sounds about right - we'll get to it eventually]

    NASA [Not A Science Agency] gives all clear: Earth safe from asteroid for 100 years

    The space agency announced this week that new telescope observations have ruled out any chance of Apophis smacking Earth in 2068.

    That’s the same 1,100-foot (340-meter) space rock that was supposed to come frighteningly close in 2029 and again in 2036. NASA ruled out any chance of a strike during those two close approaches a while ago. But a potential 2068 collision still loomed. [more]